Have you got your ticket for the 2020 e–Assessment Question conference yet? As ever, the event promises an interesting and varied programme, with keynote presentations from Dr Maren Deepwell, Chief Executive of the Association for Learning Technology, Pete Atherton, Author of 50 Ways to Use Technology Enhanced Learning in the Classroom, and David Phillips, Managing Director of City & Guilds.
This year, BTL’s Head of Test Delivery Services, Ceri Harper, will be taking part in the ‘New Ideas in Assessment’ session, to explore the many benefits of BTL’s Test Centre Network.
Awarding Organisations increasingly turn to BTL’s Test Centre Network for the peace of mind that their learners can sit important examinations in a fully-equipped, secure, and stress-free environment. With more the 250 centres available worldwide, and the ability to source more locations as and when required, BTL are committed to providing the highest-quality venues with flexible capacity to suit any examination scenario.
This year’s e–Assessment Question conference takes place on the 22nd & 23rd April in London. To find out more and register for the event, head to https://e-assessment-question.com/. During the event, you’ll hear from leading industry experts, with plenty of opportunities to engage in discussions and get your questions answered.
The conference includes sessions on Summative Assessment, Assessment in Higher Education, Innovation in Assessment, Technology in Testing and a panel discussion on Regulation & Innovation. There are also Special Interest Group sessions – fast-paced discussions on topics such as Online Invigilation, Marking, Funding Research and Accessibility in Assessment.
You can catch Ceri’s presentation, and the rest of the ‘New Ideas in Assessment’ session at 10.50am on day 2 in the Walbrook Suite.
To view the full conference programme, please visit https://e-assessment-question.com/conference-programme/
Ceri is in charge of BTL’s Test Delivery Services, which includes the management of the Test Centre Network and Online Invigilation teams.
Ceri has a well-established history in the assessment sector, having previously worked as Student Recruitment Manager for AAT. Following this, she set up and managed the day-to-day running of a professional test centre in the UK, administering exams for RCPCH, ICAEW and AAT.
The knowledge gained from both the candidate and test delivery perspective has proven invaluable for Ceri in running BTL’s established Test Delivery Services, providing organisations with the opportunity to expand their reach with the confidence that tests are delivered securely and without issue. Most importantly, Ceri works hard to ensure that all candidates have the best possible assessment experience.
Hear from Ceri about the work of BTL’s Test Delivery Services team in this Q&A: https://www.btl.com/tdsinterview/